Minister Bazac: The Israeli medics were not allowed to work in the clinic without the authorization of the Health Ministry.
Minister of health Ion Bazac announced yesterday that the Israeli medics were not allowed to work in Sabyc center without the approval of the Ministry of Health, but they did not request such a document from the ministry. “Not any medic from abroad can come to work in Romania without the approval of the Health Ministry,” Bazac said.
The minister added that the biological material which is stored in the center will be checked together with the prosecutors from the Division on the investigation of organized crime and terrorism (DIICOT), because the whole content of the bank where the human eggs are allegedly stored represents evidence in the investigation. In the meantime, the offices of Sabyc clinic cannot be open, even partially, as it had been announced the previous day, because the investigators await from the Health Ministry (MS) a set of technical instructions which would show them how to move the medical equipment in view of its storage for investigation.
The representatives of the fiscal authorities raided yesterday the dwellings from Haifa of the professors Natan Levit and Genia Ziskind, also investigated in the file of Sabyc clinic in Bucharest, Mediafax also reports.
The Israeli Consulate in Bucharest declared for the radio station of the army that it would forward a note of protest to the Romanian authorities in connection with the declarations of the president of the Doctors’ College from Romania (CMR), who compared the activity of the Israeli medics from Sabyc with that of the Nazi. “These persons are mentally disturbed, and what they did can be compared to what happened at Auschwitz,” declared Vasile Astarastoaie, referring to the famous “doctor of death,” Josef Mengele, Jerusalem Post reports, quoted by Mediafax. CRM takes uselessly the risk to be accused of anti-Semitism, comparing the Israeli medics with the Nazi, retorted the president of the World Association of Medics, doctor Yoram Blachar, quoted by the daily ‘Haaretz,’ Mediafax informs.